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Hollywood honors Lillian Gish for work that stands the test of time

Document author(s):
Aljean Harmetz
Document source:
New York Times
Publication date:
March 1, 1984
Document type:
article
Number of pages:
1
Source pagination:
22
Document name subject:
Lillian Gish, D. W. Griffith, King Vidor, Dorothy Gish, and Victor Sjöström
Document contains:
production co
Related films:
Film country(ies):
United States
Film language(s):
English
Film production company:
Charles K. Feldman Group Productions, D.W. Griffith, Inc., Lions Gate Films Inc., Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, and United Artists Corporation
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Comedy, Drama, Family, Feature, Melodrama, Romance, Social problem, and Western
Film subject(s):
  • Artists -- France -- Paris -- Drama
  • Country life -- United States -- Drama
  • Dramatists, French -- France -- Paris -- Drama
  • Family life -- United States -- Drama
  • Mental illness -- United States -- Drama
  • Murder -- Drama
  • Murger, Henri, 1822-1861. Scenes de la vie de boheme -- Film and video adaptations
  • New Orleans (La.) -- Social life and customs
  • Poor -- France -- Paris -- Drama
  • Quartier latin (Paris, France) -- Drama
  • Rape -- Drama
  • Scarborough, Dorothy. Wind -- Film and video adaptations
  • Seduction -- Drama
  • Sexual attraction -- United States -- Drama
  • Southern States -- Moral conditions -- Drama
  • Unmarried mothers -- Drama
  • Weddings -- United States -- Drama
  • Williams, Tennessee, 1911-1983 -- Film and video adaptations
  • Winds -- Drama
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